Job offer in england Project Support Officer at Durham University

Durham University – Computing and Information Services

Closing Date: 08 May 2017 (Midday)

This post is Full Time and Fixed Term for 12 months.

Project Support Officers play a key role in supporting the transformation of the University’s systems and processes. The successful candidate will be a well organised individual, with project management, excellent team working and organisational skills.

 The role will initially focus on providing project support for the University’s institutional level roll-out of an existing ePortfolio solution (PebblePad) currently within some academic departments. This work, which supports an educational project to extend the Durham Award, will account for half the week with the remainder of the time working in the newly established PMO. The post holder will be expected to support the day to day activities of the Project Manager and actively contribute to the successful and timely delivery of the project. You will be a self motivated and experienced IT user with a focus on teamwork and clear communications. You will need to be able to demonstrate your ability to plan and organise and to be able to present material in a clear, concise manner.

The post holder must be able to interact with a wide range of staff across the University, in person, by telephone, and by email, also using formal reports where required. Extensive interaction with external groups or individuals who provide services in support of University IT will also be required.

Queries relating to the working arrangement should be raised with the Dr Cris Bloomfield, IT Business Partner for Education.

Application Process 

As part of your application you are ask to provide a CV, covering letter and complete the attached supplementary application table evidencing how you meet both the essential and desirable criteria detailed in the Person Specification for this post. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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